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English Civil War cavalryman, 1640s.

English Civil War cavalryman, 1640s.

"Civil War 'Ironside', 1645", Graham Turner

"Civil War 'Ironside', 1645", Graham Turner

The English Civil War 1642-1651 - An Illustrated Military History

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Cavalry unleash a volley at a pike block.

Pinturas de Guerra: Magna et excelsa collectio artis belli

Cavalry unleash a volley at a pike block.

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“Crofts, Ernest - DEFENDING THE POSTERN GATE”

Battle of Naseby

Battle of Naseby

The decisive defeat and destruction of King Charles I’s Royalist Army by the Parliamentary New Model Army led by Sir Thomas Fairfax at the Battle of Naseby on14th June 1645 during the English Civil War

Quick(ish) photobash sketch. Not really based on any historic army. Just having a bit of fun

Hold formation. by RobbieMcSweeney on DeviantArt

This bank holiday weekends work! Mostly photo work, but a bit of fun anyway Hold formation.

Early 17th c Swedish cut and thrust swords. From left: Cavalry officer sword, 1620-30. Dutch type sword, Gustav II Adolf introduced to Swedish army, 1st half of 17th c. Cavalry sword, 1630-50. Infantry sword, mid 17th c. Sword, 1660-70. Infantry trooper's sword m/1685, was made to the 1730's, replacement with m/1748 cutlass didn't happen until Pomeranian war 1757-62, some units still issuing m/1685 to 1790s. Navy then took huge number of them from storage, cut down the tip and made it…

Early 17th c Swedish cut and thrust swords. From left: Cavalry officer sword, 1620-30. Dutch type sword, Gustav II Adolf introduced to Swedish army, 1st half of 17th c. Cavalry sword, 1630-50. Infantry sword, mid 17th c. Sword, 1660-70. Infantry trooper's sword m/1685, was made to the 1730's, replacement with m/1748 cutlass didn't happen until Pomeranian war 1757-62, some units still issuing m/1685 to 1790s. Navy then took huge number of them from storage, cut down the tip and made it…

Parliamentary Harcqebusier Officer 1645. Painting by Chris Collingwood

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View topic - Harquebusier, English Civil War, 1641-51

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View topic - Harquebusier, English Civil War, 1641-51

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View topic - Harquebusier, English Civil War, 1641-51

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Flag of the Commonwealth, flown by Parliamentarian troops

Battle of the Severn: Final Skirmish of English Civil War – In America!

"The Battle of the Mouth of the Severn" by James Edward Kelly Painting executed c. 1876-1881; source, the New York Public Library (Unless otherwise indicated, all illustrations are courtesy of Wikipedia)Today in Military History: March 25, 1655[Today's post is an update to one originally published in 2010]

Colonial history – Page 2 – History Hermann

Colonial history – Page 2 – History Hermann

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